My "Little Bit" by Marie Corelli

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Author Corelli, Marie, 1855-1924
LoC No. 19012918
Title My "Little Bit"
Contents England, 1918 -- Savage glory -- For Belgium! -- The great unrest -- The whirlwind -- The Kaiser's harvest of death -- This amazing war -- "All we like sheep" -- Wanted—more women! -- The quality of mercy -- Starving Belgium -- "The time of our lives" -- The world's greatest need -- Has Christianity failed? -- Snooks's opinion -- Sea power, 1805–1918 -- The splendid service of the sea -- The lilies of France -- "Whoso shall receive one such little child!" -- Appeal for the French Red Cross -- Glory of the Worcesters -- Eyes of the sea -- Is all well with England? -- The world in tears -- God and the war -- Triumph of womanhood -- In praise of enemies -- Recruiting speech -- Splendid Canada -- Shells; and other shells -- Darkness and light -- Sweeping the country -- To save life or destroy it? -- The war loan -- Food production -- Our fortunate "restrictions" -- "His painful duty" -- The potato "scream" -- "History repeats itself" -- "Shoddy chivalry" -- "Hindenburg's eye!" -- "Hoarding" -- Three hundred years of fame -- Shakespeare's war birthday in 1917 -- "Don't travel" -- "Te deum laudamus" -- The women's vote -- A "Happy Thoughts" day -- Why did I——? -- In the hush of the dawn.
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Language English
LoC Class D501: History: General and Eastern Hemisphere: World War I (1914-1918)
Subject World War, 1914-1918
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EBook-No. 63621
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Copyright Status Public domain in the USA.
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